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We have argued above for a systems view of the city. In particular we have asked that the city be looked at as a particular kind of system: a natural system. By taking this view many of the advances made by systems ecologists in studying more limited ecosystems become available to us.
Simple though this scheme is, its use would seemingly alleviate, in part, many of the problems preventing the maximization of the number of “acceptable” housing units for lower-income households made available under federal subsidies thus far disclosed in the interviews with community leaders....
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